New York State officials are out with a warning not to drink "raw milk" from the Breese Hollow Dairy in Hoosick Falls.

The diary is allowed to sell raw or "unpasteurized" milk on the farm and is subject to regular inspections by the NY Department of Agriculture.

Recent testing, however, turned up possible Listeria contamination

WASHINGTON TWP. — The state Department of Agriculture has confirmed raw milk from a farm, about six miles north of Tunkhannock on Ellsworth Hill Road, is tainted with Listeria monocytogenes.

On March 26, tests conducted by the state indicated that listeria may be in raw milk sold at the farm, owned by Charles and Beth

Pennsylvania consumers who have purchased raw milk from the dairy of Charles Bartels in Meshoppen, Wyoming County, any time after March 1, 2007 should discard it immediately due to the risk of Listeria monocytogenes contamination, Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff said.

"During routine inspection, a preliminary test showed the presence of Listeria bacteria in some of