Definition of culler in English:

culler

noun

See cull

‘For smaller operations, cullers might fire air guns into the skulls of the animals.’
  • ‘The question raises a few growls from the cullers but the farmers want to hear the answer.’
  • ‘Nor have poultry workers or cullers turned out to be an important risk group that could be targeted for protection.’
  • ‘‘We've already vaccinated 4,700 pig and poultry farm workers and will continue to vaccinate cullers and other workers in the industry,’ he said.’
  • ‘The drug will also be given to farm workers, cullers, market workers and others who might come into contact with the bird-flu virus strain.’