What Do Field Mice Eat?


Field mice usually eat meat, apples, peaches, pepper, tomatoes, tulip bulbs, tomatoes, pears and macadamia nuts. They also eat oats, wheat, bread, cookies, kidney beans, corn, cat food, dog food and macaroni. Field mice can be found in all places that have moderate temperature, mainly in cities, open fields and forests.
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Voles eat grasses, fruits and seeds. Some voles also eat insects and small, dead animals.
Field mice have a very simple diet. They eat whatever they can find and are labeled as scavengers. The field mouse will anything including cheese, tomatoes, and decaying corpses.
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