Fire ants are not particular in what they eat and consume an omnivorous diet. They will feed on almost any plant or animal material. such as: other insects, ground-nesting animals, mice, turtles, snakes, other vertebrates, young trees, seedlings, plant bulbs, saplings, fruit, and grass (FireAnt, 2005).
Their diet mainly consists of vegetation. In order to keep them away from your home, it is suggested that you eliminate standing water, keep branches and plants cut back from the house, make sure there are no cracks in your foundation or first floor, and if you have firewood, keep it stored far away from your home.
According to fastpestcontrol.com, the diet of fire ants generally is insects, spiders, myriopods, earthworms, and other small invertebrates. However, they also attack young, unprotected animals.
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