Government plans to cull badgers in south-west Wales have been stopped after the Badger Trust went to court to protest against it.
Culling means reducing the number of animals in a population by killing some of them.
Farmers in Wales reckon some badgers should be killed to protect the cow population, because they could spread a disease that kills cows, called TB.
But the Badger Trust doesn't think killing badgers will work.
Instead, they want to see different ways of fighting the disease to be used.
The plans for the cull were made in 2008 and given the go ahead in January. If the cull had gone ahead, badgers would have been trapped in cages and shot.