You will enjoy visiting our old-fashioned, wood-paneled country store!
We are open year-round Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 am – 6 pm or by appointment.
Farm products include:
- Award-winning artisan raw milk farmstead cheese
- Natural raw milk for pets*
- Pastured dry-aged beef, including organ meats
- Pastured pork, including nitrate-free sausage and bacon
- Pastured chicken, including heads, feet, livers, hearts, and gizzards
- Pastured chicken eggs
- Fresh Pastured turkey (at Thanksgiving)
ALL DAIRY AND MEATS WE PRODUCE ARE SOY/CORN-FREE. Not giving our animals these cheap GMO feeds drastically raises our production costs but we feel it is absolutely necessary for the health of our livestock as well as the nutritional integrity of the resulting food.
Our Farm Store also sells fermented foods, books from NewTrends Publishing, and crafts by Maryland artists. During the spring to fall seasons, we offer organically grown produce from our greenhouse and a local organic farm.
*At this time Maryland laws prohibit the sale of raw milk for human consumption – our Philander’s Pet Milk is sold for pet food.
Click here to view the farm store price list. Farm store prices are the most current; all prices subject to change without notice.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Checks & Cash
15701 Doctor Bowen Road Village of Aquasco Brandywine, Maryland 20613 Phone: (301) 579-2727
From the Beltway: Take Route 5 (Branch Avenue) south. Go about 9 miles. Turn left on 381/Brandywine Road. Go about 12 miles. Turn right on Doctor Bowen Road. Go 0.6 miles, turn left into the lower driveway of P A. Bowen Farmstead.
From Waldorf: Take Leonardtown Road east. Turn left onto Mattawoman-Beantown Road. Turn right onto Poplar Hill Road.. After 5.5 miles, Poplar Hill Road becomes Iowa Road, then it becomes Doctor Bowen Road. Shortly after crossing the Prince George’s County line, turn right into the lower driveway of P A. Bowen Farmstead.
From the South: Take Route 5 north and turn right onto 231 at Hughesville. Turn left onto 381/Brandywine Road. In 3.6 miles, turn left onto Doctor Bowen Road. Go 0.6 miles, turn left into the lower driveway of P A. Bowen Farmstead.
From Anne Arundel County and the East: Cross the Patuxant on Route 231. About 5 miles after crossing, turn right onto 381/Brandywine Road. In 3.6 miles, turn left onto Doctor Bowen Road. Go 0.6 miles, turn left into the lower driveway of P A. Bowen Farmstead.
P.A. Bowen Farmstead attends the following farmers markets, where we sell our raw milk Cheeses, Chicken & Eggs (when in stock), Pork & Beef.
Day & Time: Saturdays 7am till noon, April-December. Address: Harry Truman Parkway, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Local places where you can find our cheese!
1789 Restaurant Address: 1226 36th Street NW, Washington, DC 20007
Restaurant Eve Address: 110 S. Pitt Street, Alexandria , VA 22314
Factors Row Address: 26 Market Space, Annapolis, MD 21401
Jackson 20 Address: 480 King Street, Alexandria , VA 22314
La Fromagerie Address: 1222 King Street, Alexandria , VA 22314
La Rive Breton Address: 41655 Fenwick Street, Leonardtown, MD 20650
Market Tavern Address: 7556 Main Street, Sykesville, MD 21784
Vin 909 Address: 909 Bay Ridge Ave Annapolis, MD 21403
Woodberry Kitchen Address: 2010 Clipper Park Rd #126 Baltimore, MD 21211
Parts & Labor Restaurant Address: 2600 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21218
Right Proper Brewery Address: 624 T Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
Preserve Restaurant Address: 164 Main Street Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Thally Restaurant Address: 1316 9th Street NW Washington, DC 20001
The Commoner Address: 458 Strawberry Way Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Chesapeake’s Bounty Address: 6415 St Leonard Rd St Leonard, MD 20685
MOM’s Organic Market Address: 3301 Plaza Way, Waldorf, MD 20603
Glen’s Garden Market Address: 2001 S Street, NW, Washington, DC
Keepin’ It Local Address: 25760 Colton Point Road, Morganza, MD 20660
The Wine Source Address: 3601 Elm Avenue, Baltimore, MD, 21211
Cheesetique Address: 4056 Campbell Ave Arlington, VA 22206
Bowers Fancy Dairy Products – Eastern Market Address: 225 7th Street, SE Washington, DC 20003
Restoration Foods, (inside Annebeth’s) Address: 46 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, 21401
The Vineyards at Dodon Address: 391 Dodon Road, Davidsonville, Md. 21035
Black Ankle Vineyards Address: 14463 Black Ankle Rd Mt Airy, MD 21771
Port of Leonardtown Winery Address: 23190 Newtowne Neck Rd Leonardtown, MD 20650
Romano Vineyard & Winery Address: 15715 Bald Eagle School Road, Brandywine, MD 20613
Sources for products we carry in our store.
Raw Local Honey
Keep’em Buzzin Apiaries & Honey Bee Farm
Lyle J. Bradford
Celtic Sea Salt
Cod-liver Oil, Skate liver Oil, Coconut Oil & Butter oil
Soaked/Dried Pecans and Almonds
Dr. Linda’s Magnesium Rich Products
Alpaca Scarves, Blankets & Socks
Villa de Alpacas Farm
What our Customers are Saying
“I visited an Amish farm today in PA and was pleasantly surprised when the owner, Katie, asked if I was familiar with Sally Fallon and the Weston A. Price Foundation. She said that they had been very helpful to her and their farm….that the education being provided about traditional diets has been a huge help to their health and business. I could not agree more! My wife and I saw first hand the high level of commitment by P.A. Bowen Farmstead in providing not just a destination to buy quality food but to really learn why it’s important to do so. Please keep up the great work, you all are making a difference!” Chad
“Our local CSA at the Accokeek Foundation recommended you as a good local meat producer. My husband and I checked out the stand at the Waldorf Farmer’s Market and then drove out to your farm store and were delighted! We stocked up on pork, beef, chicken, eggs and cheese, and got a chance to peek in at the new piglets. Thanks for caring about the environment and your animals. We’re excited to make the P.A. Bowen Farmstead our go-to place for local, sustainable and humanely raised meat.” Marcella F
“I came out to the farm on Saturday and can’t thank you enough for providing an alternative to grocery-store meats. I bought one dozen of your soy-free eggs. I haven’t been able to eat eggs without my skin breaking out for over a year – even when they are free-range eggs from my CSA. I have eaten one soy-free egg for the last three days and guess what? NO BREAKOUTS! My skin is actually improving! This is so exciting for me since I love eggs. They are delicious with your sage pork sausage for breakfast. Many thanks to everyone for all of your hard work!” Jessica M
“Your chicken is some of the best we’ve ever had!” Maria H
“Delicious pork tenderloin from your Berkshires for lunch today. Marinade of pale dry sherry and olive oil, with marjoram, parsley, cardamom, a not-quite handful of coarse Celtic sea salt, a pinch of dry mustard. We are doin’ the happy-tummy dance! Many thanks.” Leigh G
“I am thoroughly enjoying reading Nourishing Traditions! We stopped and bought some liver, leaf lard and back fat. The other night I cooked some of your bacon, sautéed up some liver and onions in the lard from the back fat and I have to tell you it was some of the best we have ever eaten. It was so tender and delicious!! Yesterday I rendered the leaf lard and sprinkled the crispies in the chicken with brown rice soup. Again, some of the best chicken soup I’ve made! We love that your farmstead is as close to us as it is. Thank you!!” Mary S
“Our Easter dinner began with comments on how “different” the uncured Ham roast looked from a “regular” ham. It ended with my husband commenting he doesn’t think he’ll ever be able to eat “regular” ham again because the one we got from your farm was SO good!!” Maria H
P.A. Bowen Farmstead Soy-free, Free Range Turkey “Cooked to an internal temperature of 165, this was the most succulent (also the largest) turkey I have ever cooked. I confess I brined it roughly a day although it probably didn’t need it. No internal stuffing, on a bed of mirepoix and the sage that came from our yard.” Noah S