What kind of food does mice like?
chess and peanut butter doesn't matter which
Feeder mice like to be handled and will eat mouse food. Mice who live in the wild - or in your attic - are afraid of people and forage for seeds, grasses, pet food, crumbs, and anything else they can find to eat. Wild mice who are adopted and raised by humans will accept people as their main source of food and will start eating commercial mouse food at three to four weeks old. Wild…
Mice are commonly known for eating cheese, but they like grain, bread and wheat as well. They also like sweet things, and peanut butter; jelly beans are good as mouse bait, because they're easy to handle. Peanut butter is frequently used as mouse and rat bait because it attracts them so well and easily sticks to the trap.