Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson and wife Miss Kay aren't going anywhere when it comes to their Louisiana roots, because RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned the couple just dropped a chunk of change on a massive plot of land.
The A&E stars purchased 21.5 acres of land on the Ouachita River in Louisiana just months before Phil's homophobic interview with GQ magazine made headlines.
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In the deed obtained by Radar, the Robertsons paid $50,000 for the plot of land on July 17, 2013, although it's unclear what the family plans to do with it.
Last summer the wildly popular family signed on for a fourth season of Duck Dynasty and the cast is raking in approximately $200,000 per episode to be divided between them.
With an estimated net worth of nearly $15 million, Phil and Miss Kay have remained grounded living in the same modest home in the backwoods of West Monroe, La. they've had for years — but maybe the family will finally upgrade with their new land!