Inspectors from the Arizona Department of Health Services have found Salmonella bacteria in a sample of unpasteurized raw milk taken from a retailer in Yavapai County.

The milk was produced by Meadowayne Dairy of Colorado City and has a use-by date of 12/12/2005.

The levels of Salmonella in the sample couldn’t be measured, so it isn’t known if there was enough bacteria to cause illness. County health departments have been ordered to remove all the potentially tainted milk from store shelves.