Doing chores late into the evening begins taking a toll on Southall, pictured here after a long day of work.
Southall's son and grandson play basketball behind the farmhouse during a sunny afternoon.
Southall takes a break from harvesting.
Southall feeds his Black Angus beef cattle during a fall evening.
Southall delivers hay to feed his Black Angus beef cattle in one of his several pastures.
Southall is silhouetted while driving the combine.
Rhonda Southall evens out freshly harvested feed corn in one of the grain carts after it was dumped from the combine.
Southall and his wife, Rhonda, take a moment to share a laugh in the kitchen of their farmhouse.
Paul Southall takes a moment to reflect while doing chores.
Southall and his wife Rhonda and grandson do early morning chores on a chilly morning.
Paul Southall and his wife Rhonda take a late afternoon break from doing farm chores.
Weber and his show lamb, Captain, before grooming it at his farmyard.
Weber adjusts his belt at the cattle show.
Weber and his brother Levi attend the Ohio Cattleman's Association Feeder Calf Show at the Athens County Fairgrounds in Athens, Ohio.
The Weber family, from left, Braden, Sheila, Levi, Tyler, Abby and Steve, attend the Ohio Cattleman's Association Feeder Calf Show at the Athens County Fairgrounds in Athens, Ohio.
Braden and Levi Weber climb over a fence in their farm yard.
Braden and his mother Sheila look over the steer one last time before showing it for market.
Weber shows his steer for market.
Although he did not place in the competition, Weber walks back to the trailer with confidence that the show going better than he had expected.
Abby, Braden, Levi and Tyler Weber get their photo taken after showing their steers at the Ohio Cattleman's Association Feeder Calf Show.
Reitano walks through one of his pastures on a foggy morning after feeding his cattle.
Reitano takes a moment to relax during nightfall after completing his evening chores.
Reitano watches as his fifth-grade English students do their work.
Reitano returns to his field with a powerful spotlight to count each individual head of cattle, this morning under a bright moon illuminating the sky.
Reitano serves as a playground monitor during his lunch break at Trimble Elementary School.
Reitano adds wood and other brush he cut away from a fence line on his farm to a fire.
Cows eagerly wait for Reitano to deliver their morning meal of hay.
Reitano grades homework assignments every morning until 6am before driving to school. “At the end of the day, yes, teaching is a job. My workday is technically from 8:15-4:15, but I am there long before 8:15. You don’t think about the time you're investing and what you’re going to get out of it. You do it because that’s what you like doing. If the job that day takes 12 hours you work 12 hours. You put in however much it takes to do it the right way.”
The eerie light from Reitano's spotlight silhouettes the cows in their pasture.
Reitano coaches his middle school basketball team after school.
Levi Weber, a student of Reitano, adores him, and takes every opportunity to mess around with Reitano.
Reitano observes basketball practice as Steve Weber looks at Levi Weber's ball in the air.
Reitano leaves for work early in the morning after grading papers.
Reitano plays a joke on one of his players, Tyler, after team practice.
Reitano must consistently add firewood to a furnace that heats his farm home during the cold months of the year.