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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Pennsylvania dairy farm is under quarantine after a man was sickened by drug-resistant bacteria.

According to New Jersey health officials, the man got sick after eating unpasteurized dairy products from Miller’s Biodiversity Farm in Lancaster County.

Doctors diagnosed him with an illness caused by bacteria that is usually passed between animals and can end up in their milk.

Officials: Unpasteurized Cow’s Milk From Lancaster County Farm May Contain Strain Of Parasite

Officials urge anyone who suspects they’ve consumed the contaminated milk to contact their local health department.

No illnesses have been reported in New Jersey in connection with this investigation.

“To date, there have been no illnesses reported in New Jersey related to this situation. It is illegal in New Jersey to sell or distribute raw milk or products because of the severe health risks associated with them,” Health Commissioner Dr. Shereef Elnahal said. “In general, unpasteurized milk can contain dangerous bacteria, so if you have consumed raw milk products and become ill, immediately seek medical care and inform your health care provider of the raw milk consumption.”