On meat and poultry labels, the Department of Agriculture requires that a "no antibiotics" claim means that the animals were not given antibiotics in their feed, in their water, or by injection. This includes ionophores—antibiotics used only in animals, not in human medicine. Other, similar claims that fall under the same definition include: "raised without antibiotics," "never, ever antibiotics," and "no antibiotics ever." The USDA doesn't permit the claim "antibiotic free" to be used on meat or poultry.
These claims address only antibiotic use, so they don't mean that the animals weren't treated with other types of drugs, such as hormones, to promote growth or increase fertility.