None of the meat or eggs that we sell has ever received an antibiotic treatment.
Some producers add low dose rates of antibiotics to feed rations as a preventative treatment and as a way to increase rate of gain. We believe that low-dose antibiotics can lead to antibiotic resistance not only in the animals that receive it but also the potential to increase resistance in people.
We do administer antibiotics to our animals in the case of an injury or illness that threatens the life or welfare of the animal. When we do that, we tag the animal and process it for consumption ourselves (we normally have 1 a year which isn't enough to feed our hungry crew!), or we sell the animal wholesale at an auction barn. While we do not consider this harmful at all to consume with the appropriate withdrawal time, we DO NOT process this for sale to our customers.