What is the definition of 'Notzah' which the Kohen removes together with the crop?
Rashi #2 (citing Zevachim, 65a), Ramban and Rashbam: He cuts a sort of skylight and removes the feathers surrounding the crop 3 together with the crop.
Rashi #3: "Mur'ah" is either an expression of dirt, which the Targum in Eichah translates as the food (in its stomach), or it means dung.
Seeing as the intestines of an animal are washed and brought on the Mizbe'ach, why are those of a bird removed and thrown away?
Rashi: Because, whereas an animal eats from its master's feeding-trough, a bird steals from other people's fields. 1
Moshav Zekenim, citing the Rosh: He does not remove all the intestines, for what is inside was already digested (it is not what was 'stolen').
Whereabouts exactly are the crop and the intestines thrown?