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Raw Milk Tests Came Back Negative for Bacteria



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(KSL News) Tests are back on raw milk from a Utah County dairy, which may have made several people sick.

The Utah Department of Agriculture said tests for Campylobacter in raw milk purchased at Woolsey's Dairy came back negative, but the batch of milk that may have made the people sick wasn't tested in time for the bacteria.

Fifteen people contracted the illness. Several reported drinking milk from the dairy.

Health officials say for those who choose to drink raw milk, there is always a risk of illness.

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