What Do Ringneck Pheasants Eat in the Wild?

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In the wild, ring-neck pheasants mainly feed on plant foods like fruits, leaves, waste grains from crop fields, wild and cultivated forb, and grass seeds. They also eat insects and worms during spring and summer.
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