The Pennsylvania  Department of Agriculture wants anyone who bought raw milk from a dairy farm in Meadville after March 10 to discard it immediately.

The milk, from Clark and Elaine Duncan’s farm, is at risk for contamination with the bacteria listeria monocytogenes, the department said.

The department also issued a discard warning for Raw Milk purchased after March 10 from Piney Ridge dairy farm in New Bethlehem, Clarion County, Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff said in a statement

He said raw milk at the dairies tested positive for listeria monocytogenes Friday.

Sales of raw milk at the dairies have been suspended.

No one has reported an illness, Wolff said. He said anyone who consumed the raw milk and became ill should see a doctor.