Not necessarily. There are several factors involved in determining the market price for fish. Heavy supply from either wild catches or farms can drive the price down for both. A farmers set of expenses are quite different from a fishers set of expenses, but both can vary. This may be one factor that would separate the prices of two market segments at a wholesale level. However when we buy the fish retail we would see little (if any) difference in price because distribution and associated costs have been accrued into the retail price.
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