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Ruling 2623

If an animal is cut in two with some wood, stone, or something else with which it is not correct to hunt an animal, the part that does not have the head and neck is unlawful to eat. As for the part that has the head and neck, it is lawful to eat if the animal is alive and it is possible that it will stay alive for a while and if it is slaughtered in accordance with the instructions that were mentioned earlier; otherwise, that part is also unlawful to eat.