Raised without antibiotics

We prioritise the health and well-being of our poultry, ensuring they lead happy lives without the need for antibiotics. Being at the forefront of antibiotic-free poultry production in Europe, we’re proud to declare that 100% of our chickens are thriving without antibiotics, thanks to the exceptional conditions they enjoy.

Since 2021, both Latvian production plants have achieved 100% antibiotic-free poultry production, while the Lithuanian production plant continues to make steady progress towards this goal each year. We aim to match the current level of antibiotic usage seen in Latvia across all our facilities within the next 2–3 years.

Why Antibiotic-Free Matters

With the growing awareness of the sources of food and increasingly health-conscious consumers, demand for truly antibiotic-free chicken is on the rise. At Top Choice Poultry, we’re committed to meeting this demand by investing in advanced animal welfare practices that minimise the need for antibiotics. These initiatives include:

Spacious Living: Our chickens enjoy ample space to roam, promoting their natural behaviours and overall well-being.

Optimal Conditions: From superior ventilation to access to clean water, food, vaccines and probiotics, every aspect of our chickens’ environment is carefully curated for their health.

Stringent Biosecurity: We enforce rigorous biosecurity measures to safeguard against illness, ensuring that our staff maintain optimal health and hygiene standards when interacting with the chickens. This includes regular health screenings, mandatory showers before entering the barn, and specialised protective clothing.

Benefits of Antibiotic-Free Chicken

Choosing Top Choice Poultry means choosing:
Better Health: By opting for antibiotic-free chicken, you reduce the risk of exposure to antibiotic-resistant bacteria, promoting a healthier lifestyle for you and your loved ones.

Superior Quality: Our chickens are raised in ideal conditions, resulting in meat of exceptional quality and taste.

Environmental Sustainability: By reducing the use of antibiotics, we contribute to a healthier environment and agricultural ecosystem, minimising the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and promoting long-term sustainability.