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Carroll, a Kamilaroi name meaning "forked tree" is a small village on the Oxley Highway, 20 kilometres east of Gunnedah, On the banks of The Namoi River which winds its way parallel to the highway, Carroll is only 10 minutes from Lake Keepit, a popular recreation destination. The surrounding area is part of the Liverpool Plains region. The district produces cotton, wheat, sorghum, sunflowers, chickpeas, faba beans, fat lambs and beef cattle. Carroll Cotton, established in September 1995, is a local cotton gin that provides growers of the upper Namoi valley cotton processing services. Facilities include a general shop, fuel outlet, public toilets and picnic areas. Fun fact: The Olympic eventing horses, Kibah Tic-Toc (noted dual Barcelona Olympic gold medals winner) and Kibah Sandstone (gold medallist in team and individual 1992, gold 2000) were bred on Kibah, a property close to the village.