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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a food safety alert in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and 17 other states for unpasteurized milk from a Lancaster County farm. The alert comes after a New York resident was infected with an antibiotic-resistant strain of Brucella bacteria apparently linked to the farm’s raw milk. Brucella bacteria causes brucellosis, a dangerous illness that can lead to serious complications, such as heart problems, arthritis and miscarriage. The strain was found in a single cow, since removed from the milking herd, at the members-only food club Miller’s Biodiversity Farm in Quarryville, the CDC announced Friday.RELATED READ: Peaches, nectarines, plums face multi-state recallThe CDC advises people to discard any raw milk or raw milk products from the farm. People who used such products from the farm since January 2016 may have been exposed and should talk to their doctor, the CDC stated. … [Read more...] about CDC issues food safety alert for raw milk sold by Lancaster County farm
PUBLISHED: 15:59 23 January 2019 | UPDATED: 16:03 23 January 2019 Norfolk County Council will be letting four farm holdings within its County Farms estate in 2019. Pictured: Paston Farm, Mautby Estate. Picture: Joe Casey Photography (C) Copyright 2018 Joseph Casey Photography. Permission granted to reproduce for personal and promotional use only. www.josephc Enthusiasm, energy, innovation and technical ability – these are the qualities expected from aspiring farmers hoping to secure one of the four vacant tenancies on the Norfolk County Farms estate. Norfolk County Council will be letting four farm holdings within its County Farms estate in 2019. Pictured: Upper Wood Farm South, Mautby Estate. Picture: Joe Casey PhotographyThe county council’s portfolio of 16,900 acres of prime agricultural land offers a route into the industry for people wishing to launch their own farm businesses, as well as opportunities for existing ventures to grow and expand.New tenants are being … [Read more...] about Have you got what it takes to become a Norfolk County Farms tenant?
Raw milk from a Lancaster farm has been placed under quarantine after New York state officials warned that some of the farm's products may carry a bacterial infection. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture issued a notice this month urging consumers to discard unpasteurized dairy from Miller’s Biodiversity Farm, an Amish "private food club" that distributes to a members-only network. New York officials said a resident contracted brucellosis (RB51), a bacterial strain found in raw cow milk and dairy products. RB51 can cause flu-like symptoms, fever, sweats, headaches, back pain and physical weakness. The New York case, just the third in the United States in the last two years, was confirmed by the CDC. The quarantine only applies to Miller's Biodiversity Farm and does not affect pasteurized milk sold elsewhere in Pennsylvania. Raw dairy products from Miller's Biodiversity Farm will remained quarantined pending an investigation. … [Read more...] about Milk from Lancaster County farm quarantined due to bacterial infection
Four deer at a quarantined Crow Wing County farm have been found to be infected with a virulent fatal disease, state officials said Friday. Chronic wasting disease (CWD) was detected in a nine-year-old female mule deer, a 18-month-old female whitetail deer, a two-year-old male whitetail deer and a two-year-old female mule deer at the central Minnesota farm, the Minnesota Board of Animal Health announced in a Friday news release. In 2016, two deer from the farm tested positive for the disease and the farm was quarantined. It has been monitored by the board since December 2016. No deer is allowed to leave or enter the farm, located near the town of Merrifield. "We've been working with the herd owner for the past two years to monitor the deer and look for any new detections of the disease," Linda Glaser, assistant director of the health board, said in the news release. "The biggest change following this new detection will be to extend our deadline to monitor the herd." CWD is a disease of … [Read more...] about Chronic wasting disease found at quarantined Crow Wing County farm