More Discussions for this daf
1. Zeh Neheneh 2. From Street to Field to Field 3. BUILDING A FENCE AROUND A NEIGHBOR'S PROPERTY
4. Zeh Neheneh v'Zeh Lo Chaser 5. Tosfos DH Zeh Ein 6. If not Me'ilah, what?
7. ha'Makif Sadeh Chaveiro 8. ha'Boneh Bayit v'Aliya me'Chadash 9. Three & four surrounding fences
10. Tosfos DH Zeh Ein 11. Zeh Neheneh v'Zeh Lo Chaser 12. Tosfos DH Zeh Ein
13. משלמת מה שנהנית 14. מקיף מד' רוחותיו 15. חצר שלא קיימא לאגרא וגברא דלא עביד למיגר

Eliyahu Weill asks:

If a cow from Reuven goes to the field from Shimon takes food there and goes to the field to Levi what's the Din?

Eliyahu Weill, Antwerp, Belgium

The Kollel replies:

Dear Eliyahu,

In your specific case the Shulchan Aruch 391:7 says openly that the owner is free from paying damage since it's not in the Nizek's field (only he pays what he profits from the "free meal")

However in 391:12 the Din of Amir HaMisgalgel of Bavakama 20a is brought down. There are various waysto explain how this co-exists with 391:7 (such as explaining that an animal half -in and half-out is not the same as when the animal moves and takes the food with it) ( More is discussed at length in the S'ma and in the Biur HaGra on the Shulchan Aruch there.)

All the best, Reuven Weiner

Eliyahu Weill asks:

why rashi doesn't say that?

The Kollel replies:

Tosfos says that there is a problem between the Gemara on 20a the way Rashi explains it and the Gemara on 23a. The Bi'ur Ha'Gra (391:24) resolves that question by saying that Rashi learns the Gemara on 23a like the Ramah (Rabeinu Meir Ha'Levi). See there at length.

Reuven Weiner