Nicolae Starciuc, Natalia Osadci, Igor Petcu, Nicolae Malancea, Xenia Bordos and Victor Ungureanu
The investigations were aimed to establish the comparative efficiency of four disinfectants (Aquadez, Ecocide S, Virocide and Na OH) used for the disinfection of cattle farm of State Agrarian University of Moldova. According to the classical methodology, the disinfectants have been used in concentrations which were recommended by the producers. Following this, lavages were collected from different supports and equipment of the cattle farm before sparing of the disinfectants and one hour after the contact of the disinfectants with the substrates. In this context samples were taken from places as the feeding space for animals and the rest area, cows’ milking rooms and the milk collection rooms. Afterwards, the samples have been inseminated in laboratory conditions for establishing the afterwards disinfecting effect on the farm. As a result, the microbiological investigation demonstrated that concentrations which were recommended by the producers and double concentrations of disinfectants don’t have satisfactory 100% of the anti-microbial and antifungal effect. For all disinfected places with the mentioned disinfectants colonies of microorganisms grew on nutrient media, especially bacterial forms as Streptococcus, Staphylococcus and microscopic fungal. Following comparisons, Ecocide S 3% and Na OH 3% had a higher efficiency than Aquadez 3%. The after application effect of Aquadez 3% established the presence of Salmonella, E. coli colonies grown on nutrient media as well as, Streptococcus and microscopic fungal.