Yes, our non-medicated line is antibiotic-free, contains no growth hormones, and is at least free run. Note, the term "free run" is used very loosely. The difference between "free run" and "free-range", based on the eggs, is as follows (from the Alberta egg producers website):
Free-range eggs are those from hens who have access to nesting boxes, open floor space, perches, and outdoor runs. Free-run eggs, on the other hand, are from hens allowed to roam freely in an enclosed facility (barn). Producers have more work because egg safety and quality are more challenging to manage in both these situations since eggs can come in contact with droppings and dirt, as well as can be laid in many places making quick egg collection a challenge. The nutrient content of these eggs is NO different than the nutrient content of eggs of hens raised in conventional cage housing systems.