|Halakhic texts relating to this article:|
|Torah:||Exodus 13:13 and Exodus 34:20|
|Babylonian Talmud:||Bekhorot 5b|
|* Not meant as a definitive ruling. Some observances may be rabbinical, custom or Torah-based.|
The Petter Chamor (Hebrew: פטר חמור) or Redemption of the firstborn donkey, is a mitzvah in Judaism in which a firstborn (bechor) donkey is redeemed by the owner of the donkey giving a lamb to a Kohen. The lamb is not required to be firstborn.
The mitzvah, albeit rare in modern times, is listed as an "obligation of the body"  and thus mandatory for diasporic jewry.
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