The recent announcement made by Matt Roloff, the patriarch of TLC’s “Little People, Big World,” has shocked fans as he decided to make a significant change to this year’s Pumpkin Season at Roloff Farms. In his Instagram post, made around 12 hours ago, Matt revealed that private tours will not be part of Pumpkin Season this year. This decision has led fans to assume that the chance of seeing members of the Roloff family during Pumpkin Season is unlikely.

Given the strained relationship between Matt and his son Zach, fans did not expect Zach, Tori, or their children to participate in Pumpkin Season. However, fans had anticipated that Amy Roloff would spend time on the property during the event, and Chris Marek, Amy’s fiancé, had previously taken a job giving tours. Fans were hopeful that he would also be part of this year’s event.

Despite the cancellation of private tours, Matt reassured fans that there is still a chance to see both Amy and himself during the daytime hours at the festival. However, it remains uncertain whether Caryn Chandler, Matt’s girlfriend, will be present, as she has reportedly expressed being done with the TLC series in the past.

Interestingly, comments were turned off on Matt’s announcement post, which is an unusual move. Fans speculate that this decision was made to prevent negative feedback about the change. In contrast, comments were enabled on the previous post made by the account.

Amy Roloff, Matt’s ex-wife, provided reassurance to fans in the comments of the older post, stating that she and Chris will be present and hoping to meet many attendees.

It’s unclear how fans will respond to this major change to Pumpkin Season and whether it will impact ticket sales. The decision to eliminate private tours may have an effect on the business, but the presence of Amy and Matt during the festival could still attract visitors.

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