The owner of a condemned alpaca said a protected legal fight over the animal's health has cost £43,000 and left her without farming income for four years.
Helen Macdonald's alpaca Geronimo has twice tested positive for bovine tuberculosis but she maintains they were false positives and he is healthy.
The Department of Food, Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra) has ordered the animal to be euthanised.
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"What price do you put on a healthy animal's life?", she said.
"It's a struggle but we've always said that we would keep going until such time as we can't go any further," the alpaca farmer from Wickwar near Bristol said.
Ms Macdonald has vowed to fight on despite losing a last-ditch attempt to save Geronimo in the High Court on Wednesday.
She has been informed the destruction warrant will not be enforced until 17:00 BST.
She said she was "constantly anxious" because she had been living with the threat of the destruction warrant for the past couple of weeks.
"What I want to see is the grown up conversations I've been asking for for four years.
"This is an opportunity for all livestock keepers and wildlife enthusiasts to stand up and demand that we have a policy review.
"They have this horrendous kill at all costs policy," she added.