The antibiotics in meat aren't dangerous, and none of the antibiotics given to livestock will harm a fetus.
In addition, eating meat, including red meat, is very important for a well rounded diet and pregnancy.
You need the iron and other nutirents from the meat.
There is no research that shows eating meat from animals treated with antibiotics leads to resisitant bacteria.
It is also important to know (and scientific documents exist) that children raised on farms and rural areas are typically healthier, have less food allergies and fewer cases of childhood asthma than their peers.
These chlidren and their parents (including expecting mothers) are typically large consumers of traditional meat.
Perm during pregnancy
Sushi for pregnant woman
Spicy foods during pregnancy
Raw oysters during pregnancy
Nonorganic produce for pregnant woman
Deli meats for pregnant woman
Cured or smoked foods for pregnant woman
Blackened foods during pregnancy
Vegan diet during pregnancy
Chocolate during pregnancy