A York County dairy has suspended its raw milk sales for the second time in a month under the advice of the Pennsylvania Department of Health, which warned that the milk might be linked to a case of gastrointestinal illness.

The state is advising people not to drink raw milk purchased from Stump Acres Dairy in New Salem since March 19. The dairy voluntarily suspended sales Tuesday, though the health department has not at this time established that any of the milk is contaminated with bacteria or otherwise unsafe.

"The results are still pending," said Larissa Bedrick, spokeswoman for the department of health.

The department also recommends a doctor visit for anyone who has become ill after consuming the dairy’s raw milk.

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