We also saw wild turkeys running around - not something we had seen before!
The farm itself was quite nice - baby animals in fairly large numbers made for lots of "aww" moments! The farm also sells eggs, but those were sold out when we got there.
The 5 y.o. was understandably very interested in all the farm machinery on display.
Lunch at the farm is in a converted barn - the barn has picnic tables. No trash cans, so prepare to take your trash back with you. After lunch we continued on for a bit on the High Meadow trail but we turned around before reaching the vista points - it was hot and the 5 y.o. started to get quite tired. This part of the trail also went up quite a bit, so we may have been more ambitious than realistic - in hind sight, we should have stuck to the shady, flatter trail by the side of the creek.
We saw a fair amount of creatures on this hike - in addition to the farm animals, we saw turkeys, blue jays, quails, a raptor (this was very close, directly overhead - but I have no knowledge of raptor identification), loads of butterflies, ladybugs, and a few blue tailed skinks. Overall, an excellent 4.5 mile hike - we might come back to this place due to the sheer number of trails available.
Some points for families:
1. There are restrooms at the parking lot closest to the trail head, and a couple of chemical toilets near the farm.
2. There are drinking water fountains near the farm.