(a) The Mishnah now describes in what way Bikurim are the property of the Kohen. We learned (at the beginning of the previous Perek) that he may sell it to another Kohen and purchase with the proceeds whatever he pleases, even Avadim, land and non-Kasher animals. Likewise - According to the Tana Kama, a creditor may claim Bikurim for his debt or a woman for her Kesuvah (see Tos. Yom-Tov).
(b) Some add to the list a Seifer-Torah (see Tos. Yom-Tov), which (despite having permitted purchasing a Behemah Temei'ah with them), we might have thought that is forbidden - because one cannot sell it in order to obtain food (which we may have considered a criterion [see also Tiferes Yisrael]).
(c) Others have the text 'ke'Seifer-Torah' - which means that a creditor or a woman can claim them too in lieu of their debt (see also Tos. Yom-Tov, citing R. Yitzchak b'R. Malki Tzedek).
(a) R. Yehudah requires giving Bikurim 'le'Chaver be'Tovah', by which he means - that besides eating them, all a Kohen may do with Bikurim is to give them to a Kohen Talmid-Chacham free (as an act of Chesed) ...
(b) ... not to a Kohen Am ha'Aretz - because we suspect a Kohen Am ha'Aretz who is not actually performing the Avodah of abusing Kodshim (and eating them be'Tum'ah).
(c) The Chachamim maintain - that, to begin with, the owner (see Tos. Yom-Tov) gives Bikurim to the Kohanim of the Mishmar who are serving in the Beis Hamikdash, an they divide among themselves like Kodshei Mizbe'ach ...
(d) ... and the Halachah is like them.