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Aquaculture
Aquaculture is defined as the cultivation of aquatic organisms (as in fish, shellfish, or plants) especially for food. Catfish is the largest area of U.S. aquaculture with its production centered in Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Popular fish grown as food in America includes: trout, salmon, tilapia, bass, and sturgeon. Idaho is the top trout producing state while Louisiana is first in crawfish and farming ponds in South Carolina, Texas, and Hawaii are filled with shrimp.

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