What your brush hog needs is a slurry. Grease will not provide a decent lubricant. Now if you take a tube of John Deere Corn head grease with the NGLI rating of "00" and squeeze about 1/2 a tube into a ziplock bag, mix it with an equal, or less amout of 90W oil. Your making a slurry with enough viscosity to slow down the seepage from the seal. The less the leak, the thinner the slurry should be. Now cut a corner off the bag and squeeze it into the top hole on the hog. If you look just below the fill hole at the top, you should see a smaller plug about 1/2 way down. Remove the lower plug and fill at the top plug until it comes out the lower plug.
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