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Can Sally recover from Bill for the loss of her cabbage crop?
Bill was a rancher and owned 500 sheep. Vandals cut a hole in the fence that kept Bill’s sheep in his pasture and 200 sheep escaped from the hole. The sheep wandered onto Sally’s farm and ate Sally’s entire cabbage crop. Bill did not know that the hole had been cut in the fence until after the sheep had escaped and until after the sheep ate Sally’s entire crop. Can Sally recover from Bill for the loss of her cabbage crop? Which answer is most correct?
A) Yes, Bill is responsible for the trespass of his sheep onto Sally’s farm and any damage caused by the sheep.
B) No, Sally cannot recover from Bill because vandals cut a hole in Bill’s fence.
C) Yes, Sally can recover from Bill because Bill should have known that the vandals might cut a hole in his fence and that the sheep would eat Sally’s cabbage crop.
D) No, Sally can only recover from the vandals.