A farm in Kendal has been banned from selling raw milk, after 12 cases of raw milk food poisoning were confirmed.
There are a suspected further 53 cases of the Campylobacter poisoning.
The cases have been linked to the unpasteurised milk sold in vending machines at Low Sizergh Barn Farm.
Richard Park, the owner, exclusively told ITV Border:
South Lakeland Council have confirmed that sales from the farm's vending machine have been banned, pending tests and an investigation by the Food Standards Agency.
The age range of those affected is from one to 86 years old.
The Campylobacter bacteria can cause a fever, bloody diarrhoea, vomiting and muscle pain.
The farm, which won a National Trust farm produce award for its unpasteurised milk award in August last year, sold about 70 litres a day.