The purpose of disinfection in a poultry or livestock farm is to eliminate all pathogenic microorganisms in halls, premises, equipment, etc., which in practical conditions is impossible to achieve this level of disinfection. In practice, the purpose of disinfection is to reduce pathogens to an acceptable level and prevent their increase to the level of pathogenicity and control the entry of pathogens during breeding. In cases where the disease occurs, disinfectants can be used to prevent the spread of the disease. Disinfection and quarantine is the first and one of the most effective methods of proper health management in herding and controlling and eradicating diseases. Disinfection compared to other methods of prevention such as vaccination and drug treatment requires less cost and in terms of public health and Herd health will have fewer side effects.