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our rabbis say in the gemara what is properly locking up the fence and what is not properly locking up the fence? if it can withstand a ruach mitzvayeh its good and if it cant its not good
rav manni bar patish said who is the tanna who holds shmira pichusa is enough for a muad?
its rabbi Yehuda. like we learned in the mishna if the owner tied up the shor but it escaped and damaged he is chayav.these are the words of rebbi meir
rebbi Yehuda says a tam is chayav and a muad is patur
rava brings a proof why rebbi Yehuda can be the author of the mishna
we are now talking about a sheep when this whole time we have been talking about a shor. so we should have been talking about a shor
we are not talking about a shor because a sheep only can do shein vregel while a shor can also do keren and rabbi meir is only talking about shein vregel.
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