1. The Mishnah discusses the parts of kosher animals that are given to the Kohen.
2. This law applies to regular kosher animals both in Eretz Yisrael and outside of Eretz Yisrael.
3. Certain parts of a kosher animal sacrifice are given to a Kohen.
4. If an animal was dedicated by its owner to be a sacrifice, and was then discovered to have a blemish, it is monetary Hekdesh.
5. Bechor and Ma’aser Beheimah also follow this rule (#4), but differ from other sacrifices in this case after they are redeemed.
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1. The forearm, cheeks, and stomach of regular kosher animals that are not offered as sacrifices must be given to a Kohen.
2. It also applies whether or not the Beis Ha’Mikdash is extant.
3. The chest and thigh are given to the Kohen from every animal sacrifice that is eaten.
4. If it is redeemed from Hekdesh, it is considered a regular animal, and all the laws of regular animals would apply to it.
5. If these animals are dedicated to be sacrifices after they have received a permanent blemish, they are exempt from giving these parts (#1) to the Kohen (among other laws that normally apply to regular animals).