The production, integrated management, and comprehensive use of aquaculture, agriculture, and livestock, with an emphasis on aquaculture, are referred to as integrated fish farming systems. One of the best examples of mixed farming is Integrated Fish Farming. The simultaneous culture of fish or shellfish with other culture methods is referred to as integrated fish farming. It can also be defined as the link between two or more culture practices in a sequential order. This type of farming method, which is largely found in Asian countries in various forms, is one of the most essential ecologically balanced and sustainable technologies. For optimum resource utilization, fish culture can be integrated with a variety of systems. Aquaculture coupled with livestock or crop production provides high-quality protein food, resource utilization, agricultural waste recycling, job creation, and economic development.