Slideshow: Duck Dynasty at Oak Hollow Farm Fairhope

Slideshow: Duck Dynasty at Oak Hollow Farm Fairhope

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WKRG News 5 is proud to be an exclusive media partner with Page and Palette and the Bay of the Holy Spirit Jubilee. We were able to help welcome Si, Phil, Kay and Korie Robertson of Duck Dynasty to the Festival and conduct exclusive interviews you’ll see only on News 5.

Here are a few shots of the event held at Oak Hollow Farm in Fairhope with more than two thousand fans of the show watching. New York Times best-selling author Andy Andrews talked with the Robertson’s on stage about their life in the Duck Dynasty spotlight, and how their faith has guided their family.

Duck Dynasty is the wildly popular A&E reality show that features the family behind the Duck Commander brand. Almost 12 million people, many in Alabama where there is a huge fan base, watched the premiere of the fourth season of Duck Dynasty.

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