Origin of garget
Related formsgar·get·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for garget
Inflammation of the udder (garget) is a frequent trouble in every herd.
The milk of any animal suffering from any form of garget should be rejected, as it may cause trouble, especially in children.
Garget in the udder, or weed, is also to be guarded against.Cattle and Cattle-breeders|William M'Combie
Perhaps one of the forms of garget, cow mammitis, is of an infectious character.
If strong and vigorous, the calf is the best doctor for garget or caked bag.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen