Matt Roloff snubs son Zach while showing off $4M farm after abruptly canceling major event
LITTLE People, Big World star Matt Roloff has snubbed his son Zach while promoting his $4million farm.
Earlier this month, Matt, 61, revealed Zach, 33, won’t be doing private tours this year at the annual pumpkin festival in Oregon.
And on Monday, Matt made no mention of Zach while urging fans to visit Roloff Farms.
The LPBW star shared a photo of a schoolhouse on the 106-acre plot, with dinosaur figurines placed around the outside of it.
The patriarch wrote alongside it: “Doesn’t matter if you’re 2 years old, 3 ,4, 5 or 17 years along or a mom, dad grandpa or grandpa…
“You’re gonna make some special memories in a hurry. We will see to that.”
He tagged his ex-wife Amy and his son Jacob in the rest of the caption – leaving out Zach and Zach’s wife Tori.
Zach and Tori have always helped out at the farm’s pumpkin festival in the past, engaging with fans while hosting tours.
Matt revealed Zach would not be making an appearance at the event this year.
“We have decided that private tours will not be offered this year,” the farm’s account wrote earlier this month.
“But good news! You get to see so much of the farm on our wagon tours, and you’ll have a high chance of meeting Matt or Amy during the day at our pumpkin festival.”
A fan asked: “Is Zach giving tours this year?”
The account replied: “No but other family members are.”
Fans vowed to boycott the festival, with one writing: “Not the same without Zach doing tours!” and another adding, “If Zach’s not there I’m not going.”
The cancellation comes after The U.S. Sun exclusively revealed that Zach and Tori are not expected to return to LPBW next season.
NO ZACH AND TORI?
Matt’s soon-to-be wife Caryn Chandler’s son Connor confirmed cameras are rolling again for another season but Tori and Zach won’t be a part of it.
Matt has an up-and-down relationship with Zach and Tori since the dad-of-four decided not to sell a large portion of the farm in Hillsboro, Oregon, to the pair.
Tori and Zach moved to Washington with their three kids, and Caryn’s son Connor shared that they rarely visit the large farm these days.
“Based on what I know, maybe [they visit] twice a year,” Connor told The U.S. Sun.
“You know, they moved, obviously, they moved away and just with all the indifferences, they’re kind of doing their own thing.”
He continued: “I did hear through the grapevine that they do not want to be on another season if the show were to continue and they just want to do their own thing.
“I do believe no matter whether there’s a continuance or not, Zach and Tori probably will not be seen on the next season.”