Fish farms, often known as fish farming, are a type of aquaculture. Fish farming is the practice of economically breeding fish for human consumption in tanks or enclosures. It is a type of aquaculture that involves the regulated cultivation and harvesting of aquatic animals such as fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and other organisms in a natural or artificial environment. A fish hatchery is a place where juvenile fish are released into the wild for recreational fishing or to help a species' natural population. Fish farms raise a variety of fish species, the most frequent of which are salmon, carp, tilapia, catfish, and cod. The aquaculture industry requires fish farming supplies. Feed & feeders, filtration systems, hatching supplies, heating and cooling systems, lighting, hydroponics equipment, pluming, predator control, tanks, and water treatment goods are just a few of the products available.