Some batches of raw milk from the Old Silvana Creamery in Arlington, WA, are reportedly being recalled for potential Campylobacter contamination. The recall only affects the creamery’s raw milk with expiration dates of Jan. 23 and 24, said Jim Sinnema, farm manager. Sinnema said he sent a weekly milk sample to an independent lab for testing last week, and the lab discovered Campylobacter in the sample, which had an expiration date of Jan. 23. The creamery’s milk with an expiration date of Jan. 24 was then recalled as a precaution. “Milk bottled with the expiration dates of 1/26 and 1/27 have tested negative for Campylobacter. Feel free to consume milk from those dates,” states a note posted on the creamery’s Facebook page. The Old Silvana Creamery produces several hundred gallons of raw milk each week from Guernsey cows. The milk is sold in 15 stores in western Washington state, including The Woolley Market in Sedro-Woolley, Cost Cutter in Blaine, Camano IGA on Camano Island, Manna Mills Natural Market in Mountlake Terrace and Bridle Trails Red Apple in Kirkland. Campylobacter bacteria can cause diarrhea, cramps, abdominal pain and fever within two to five days after exposure. Young children, elderly people and those with weakened immune systems are at greatest risk of serious illness.